Last week's Spring Break is over. Whew... Although as parents we felt our wallets rupturing, a good time was had by all -- especially in those moments we weren't paying for.
Snacks for the road: $17.54
Extra gluten-free road-fare for you-know-who: $13.00
Pre-departure tank-up: $63.00 (no kidding)
Movie rentals for the backseat-installed DVD player: $34.00
NEWSFLASH: FDA Clears Dexcom Share Direct
Dexcom gets regulatory approval of its 'on-the-go' mobile apps for CGM data-sharing.
Snail Uses Insulin to Poison Fish
New study shows these slow-moving creatures use toxic form of insulin to capture prey.
A New Square Patch Insulin Pump
Israeli company developing new reusable square insulin pump that has Bluetooth for smartphone communication.
Sound of hubby's and my own voices as we actually chatted in perfect peace: Priceless
Tram tour of the Benziger Winery: $45.00
Small bribes to keep children happy while we enjoyed wine tasting: $9.00
Supplies for picnic on lush winery grounds: $41.00
Being asked above the happy din of wine-sloshing picnickers, "MOM, HOW DO YOU SAY 'DIABETIC' IN GERMAN?!": Priceless
Adjoining rooms in ecologically correct family hotel: ca. $300.00
Dinner for five at pretentious California-Italian restaurant with wine-barrel decor: ca. $160.00
Less pretentious desserts from hotel hallway vending-machine: $2.50
Making a human chain and jumping in the frigid swimming pool together at 8am: Priceless
Admission to Calistoga's Old Faithful Geyser Park - $22.00
Pellets to feed ornery goats and llamas - $6.00 (in quarters)
Lunch for five at local taqueria: $37.47
Loads of smiles, and an average blood glucose of 90 mg/dL four days in a row: PRICELESS